Shea Couleé Shea Couleé, the triumphant victor of RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars season 5, is not only a trailblazing drag sensation but also an advocate for many causes, including cannabis.
No matter how bad your Thanksgiving was, rest assured that for one family in St. Peters it was much, much worse. Douglas Hill, 27, of Florissant, is now facing charges in St. Charles County for pointing a Mac-10 gun at several people after an argument outside his girlfriend's father's home.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20. In the most St. Louis move ever, officials acknowledge that they forgot to fill out the paperwork that would allow the city to tax cannabis — so now City Hall has to wait until January to start tacking on its taxes.
It’s impossible to miss the painting when walking into Tower Grove South’s Drip Community Coffeehouse. It’s not just that it’s large.
A Fenton man is now facing five felonies after pulling out a gun and firing at two people with whom he got into a fender bender in the city’s Tower Grove South neighborhood over the weekend. St. Louis Police say that on Saturday Matthew Senechal, 24, was merging in his Honda Accord onto Gravois, near South Grand, when he got into a minor collision with a car with two people inside.
A new song has St. Louis' number — describing the city in ways that feel both startlingly accurate and completely fair. "How Does St. Louis Do It (We Got Range)" highlights the area's dichotomies. "Artsy, liberal, exceptionally literate/ sometimes our public schools get unaccredited," one lyric goes.
It's not every day St. Louis tops a list of the safest places in the U.S., so we need to enjoy this one while we can: A new study concludes our own Gateway Arch is the very safest of America's national parks. This proves what many city dwellers have long suspected: bears and mountain lions and sheer cliffs are way more dangerous than a little random gunfire. The study was done by Kuhl, which looked at seven key metrics: total deaths, missing people, search-and-rescue missions, park ranger presence, proximity to hospitals, trail alerts and visitor data.
Most people see the Loop trolley as a nuisance. For Webster University sophomore Carter Reeves, the little engine that never could is his muse.
At one point in Ridley Scott’s new biopic Napoleon, Napoleon Bonaparte yells at someone, “You think you’re so smart just because you have boats!” You wouldn’t expect something so bratty and petulant to come out of the mouth of the legendary French commander and leader.
Former Alderman Brandon Bosley gave police false information that led to a woman's wrongful arrest last December, according to a new charge filed against Bosley this week. St. Louis Circuit Attorney Gabe Gore's office charged Bosley today with filing a false report, a misdemeanor, court records show. The charge stems from an incident that took place on December 22, 2022, when Bosley accused the woman of trying to carjack him. The then-alderman posted a nine-minute livestream of what he said was the immediate aftermath of a woman trying to rob him in his vehicle.
What do you get the pet who has everything? When you've already showered them with toys, and they have more bully sticks and pig ears than any dog could possibly chew, what next?
U.S. Representative Cori Bush has become one of Israel's staunchest critics in Congress as her opponent, St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Wesley Bell, takes a much different stance. Bell has not wavered in his support of Israel since he told reporters at his campaign announcement last month that the U.S. needs to “stand with our allies.” In interviews since, including one with the Jewish Insider, Bell has continued that message.
Postmodern Jukebox 8 p.m. Friday, November 24.
Thursday 11/23 Gravy Boat As much as we all love Thanksgiving, let's admit the truth: The holiday has some pitfalls.
After writer Shannon Howard's recent report on the secrets of Jamestown Mall, she found herself wondering about one last secret: What happened to the sculptures that once had a home there? Here's what she learned.
He is Phil "the Thrill" Wright. The Wright Stuff.
No one seems to care that the building next to the club is on fire. It's about 11:30 p.m., and people in the line of twenty-somethings outside the warehouse in St. Louis' Near North Riverfront neighborhood are much more preoccupied with the music thumping from the venue than the smoke billowing from what looks like an abandoned building across the street.
Looking Meadow Cafe (2500 Sutton Boulevard, Maplewood; lookingmeadowcoffeeco.com) might have opened its doors in late September, but owner Jamie Herman served her first cup of coffee long before that. The road to Herman’s brick-and-mortar venture has been full of twists and turns.
Perhaps more than any other holiday, Thanksgiving is notorious for being all about family and food and staying inside with the aforementioned. Still, sometimes you want to get out and meet up with a friend or not spend the whole day before cooking.
Does the City of St. Louis owe anything to a man it accidentally kept locked in jail for eight months after the charges against him were dropped? That’s the question now facing a three-judge panel on the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals.